Marker F10 Ski Touring Bindings - 2024

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Size:Small 265-325; 100mm
Pickup available at Glacier Ski Shop Usually ready in 2 hours

Marker F10 Ski Touring Bindings - 2024

Small 265-325; 100mm / Black/White

Glacier Ski Shop

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

9966 Mt Baker Hwy
Deming WA 98244-5028
United States


Ski touring or skinning has been making waves over the course of the last 5 years or so with skiers from all ability levels, and has really been catching on with the overcrowding of the resort scene these days. For skiers who want to keep their existing alpine boots and discover the adventurous side of skiing and exploration, they need a frame binding that can accommodate their current alpine boots. The Marker F10 Tour AT Bindings fits that bill perfectly. Just simply step in with your traditional alpine boots with this binding and you are ready to go. (Although you will also need to invest in skins) With a redesigned Triple Pivot Light 2 toe, you get less weight, easy step in and step out capabilities, and great releasability when you it need it most. It even has an anti-ice rail to help shed ice and snow build up in the toe too which are very common occurrences when ski touring. A new Hollow Linkage 2 Heel offers improved step in and added security. This is a great entry-level touring binding with solid all-mountain performance for the skier who is either new to skinning or does not want to take a leap into tech boots. The Marker F10 Tour AT Bindings offers a whole new form of freedom in the mountains that are just waiting to be discovered.

  •  SOLE.ID height-adjustable gliding plates allow you to use alpine or touring boots—compatible with Alpine ISO 5355, Alpine Touring ISO 9523 and GripWalk soles
  •  Hollow linkage step-in heels reduce weight while maximizing torsional stiffness; heels absorb energy to minimize unwanted release
  •  Hollow Tech fiber-reinforced frame baseplates provide impressive riding stability, yet are very light due to their gas-injected hollow construction
  •  Climbing aids offer 7° and 13° positions to allow comfortable, relaxed uphill skinning; integrated elastomer pads damp impact, reducing that irritating "clack"
  •  Triple Pivot Light toes with horizontally inserted springs combine with the gliding plates to ensure precise release behavior; lightweight aluminum bridges on top add support
  •  AFD (antifriction device) gliding plates support a precise release almost entirely unhindered by dirt, snow and ice
  •  DIN range of 3 to 10 is a great choice for intermediate and lighter-weight skiers
  • Backcountry Skiing
  • Boot Sole Compatibility: Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk (ISO 23223), and Touring (ISO 9523)
  • Lowest Din: 3
  • Highest Din: 10

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